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's -- look, there is this divide among -- there's even a divide among the culture in the united states senate where you have a johnny isaacson, a bob corkel. >> they say let's vote. >> we're legislators. we're going to be conservative legislators but we're legislators. then you have a new strain of the republican party, this new crowd that's gotten in there that says, no, you know what, government gets too big when it does anything. whatever. legislating is bad, period. >> don't even debate. >> yes. >> it looks to me like the 29, following up on your thought, a lot of these people like mitch mcconnell aren't born right wingers. howard was sit in that chair yesterday, howard fineman. he said all this thing going on with kentucky, whatever's going on, the taping of that meeting and everything was mitch mcconnell coming out screaming bring in the fbi because he wanted to show he was a real right winger and mad at the left. >> he was tough. it has united conservatives around him. conservatives, the enemy of my enemy is my ally. this is survival. the fact of the matter is, chris, he saw what happe
ago, a minority in the united states senate decided it wasn't worth it. they blocked common sense reforms even while these families looked on from the senate gallery. >> it vowed they would do everything they can to protect americans without congress. he says the 20 children demand it. >> at&t is offered a $250,000 reward for information on what investigators say appears to be a, quote, coridated sabotage in the south bay. >> it happened in the pre dawn hours near the substation south of san jose. authorities said someone went down manholes and cut two definitely sections of a fiber optic line and used a rifle to shoot at the substation. >> data went down, and cameras, surveillance cameras, and then about ten or 15 minutes after that, was the shooting up of the power plant. >> the outage impacted the local 911 emergency lines but there were no reported problems. they say it will take weeks before the substation will be repaired. >> a 22-year-old woman is recovering from surgery. this happened at the home on smally avenue near western. they believe the shots came from the front por
of discussion, senator franken and others have introduced bills in the united states senate to address precisely the questions that you are asking, governor, and we have supported them and we continue to look forward -- as a prosecutor i always want more tools. you know, i see a problem out there and i want to have the tools to fix it. we passed a hate crimes law in 2009 that enables us to work with local law enforcement in much more effective ways to combat hate crimes including but not limited to lgbt motivated violence. so we'd love to have more tools. but, you know, with the tools that we currently have, we're doing as much as we can and i think ruslyn's point about the uptick in the number of complaints we're both receiving, i'm not sure that necessarily reflects, as ruslyn correctly pointed out, that there's an uptick in violence. the doctrine of futility often resulted in less complaints being seen. i think there's a commitment in the federal level to doing our level best on these issues. >> tom, you talk about tools. ruslyn, what kind of tools, part of this is raising awareness, look
, and it has watched connecticut. now the world is watching the united states senate. it is watching the senate to see whether mockers he works. democracy works. to reflectacy work the majority of the united states of america, the majority of our people, who say, we need to do something about the guns? that is what the families said to me that day and in days since and what people in connecticut and across the country have said to their senators. we must do something about gun violence. i remember talking to one of the families that evening and saying, you know, when you are ready, we ought to talk about what we can do to stop gun violence in measures in the united states congress. she said to me, i am ready now. the united states senate must be ready now to act. it must keep faith with those families and victims as the , with benjamin andrew wheeler, age six, his father, david, here today, and andrew -- benjamin is here in spirit when we decide whether we will move forward towards progress. senator blumenthal of connecticut on the floor yesterday. dill tweets in -- let's hear what chris has to
. >> a minority in the united states senate decided it wasn't worth it. they blocked common sense gun reforms, even while these families looked on from the senate gallery. >> reporter: wounded arizona congresswoman gabby giffords said the senate ignored the will of the american people. polls showed nearly 90% supported background checks. >>> new details in the case of a former soldier who gunned down two santa cruz police detectives. jeremy goulet shot and killed two officers. now, records show that goulet was allowed to resign from the military rather than face a court-martial on two rape charges. >>> a search is on for two escapees from san francisco's juvenile hall. authorities say the inmates are two boys, ages 12 and 16. they escaped by breaking a small window in their cell, then squeezing through it. somehow they got past the barbed wire fence. they were being held for a probation violation and theft. >>> the ninth circuit court of appeals heard arguments in a lawsuit challenging california's law banning so- called conversion therapy, a psychotherapy technique aimed at helping gay teens
-laced letters sent to rebound and a united states senator. the 45-year-old paul curtis is cooperating with authorities. the f.b.i. says both letters were signed by "kc" and contained ricin. >> the wife of an ex-judge has confessed to her role in the death of prosecutors in texas and accused her husband of being the triggerman and is held on $10 million bail and charged in connection with the shooting death of the d.a. and his wife and assistant prosecutor. eric williams has not been charged. >> millions of homeowners struggling with foreclosure are receiving checks to settle a $3.6 billion lawsuit against major banks. however, after all of their struggles, many of the checks bounced. 4.4 million homeowners will receive refunds. a settlement was reached with 13 companies last year. the checks just started going out to homeowners but now many say their banks would not cash them. federal regulators did not identify the problem but they said it has been fixed now and folks can cash the checks. so far, 50,000 homeowners have received payments ranging from $300 to $125,000 each. >> paying c
the united states troops withdrew. >> the state senate public safety committee takes up a package of gun control measures. at 9:00 this morning, teachers, doctors, and religious leaders will deliver petitions with tens of thousands of signatures calling for action to prevent gun violence. the life act includes bills that "close loopholes in existing gun laws and require new background checks and ownership records and ban ammunition clips that hold more than ten rounds and ban detachable clips that allow rapid reloading" authored by state senator lee of san francisco. >> up-to-the-minute information on the bombing attacks obtain boston marathon. well hear from bay area people who were there. >> breaking news in the south bay where firefighters are investigating a fire that claimed a young life. we are live with new video of the heart-breaking scene. >> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news, first, the confusion and terror now the questions so far no one has claimed responsibility for the boston marathon bombings with the death toll at three and the number of injured 145,
in the united states senate, the other body, could that take place. a vote of 54-46 would not pass. and so disheartening as it is and from reeling from the events that have taken place in boston on patriots day, children all across america cannot be reassured by their parents tonight that they are safe, but the n.r.a. will sleep well this evening. mission accomplished. but there's another chamber and an opportunity for the house of representatives to speak its will on the violence that has been perpetrated across this country and the commonsense background checks that are needed here in this country. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. the gentleman yields back. the chair now lays before the house the following personal request. the clerk: leave of absence requested for mr. shimkus of illinois for today and tomorrow. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the request is granted. the speaker pro tempore: under the speaker's announce d policy mr. barrr, 2013, is recognized. mr. barr: i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to subm
for a plan to expand background checks for people buying guns here in the united states. the senate plans to vote today on the bipartisan proposal but more republicans have declared their opposition to the bill. it seems headed for defeat unless supporters can turn around votes in the closing hours. the senate is also set to vote today on eight other amendments to a broad democratic gun control bill. >>> american airlines warns passengers traveling today that some flights might be canceled after the computer meltdown. american's reservation management system went down yesterday morning keeping the third largest air carrier's planes on the ground and stranding thousands. they fixed it by midafternoon but some passengers might still have some canceled and delayed flights. >>> good news about earnings and housing helped the stock market start to bounce back from its biggest decline of the year. earlier in the week. the dow added 158 yesterday winning back more than half the 265 it lost on monday. nasdaq rose 48. gold was also up by nearly 2%. >>> well, now it costs more than $9,000 a year to
connecticut. now the world is watching the united states senate. >> reporter: he went on to show pictures of some of the children and staff members killed at sandy hook elementary four months ago. senators will vote this morning on whether or not to move forward with debating gun bims recently propose -- bills recently proposed. that includes the bill proposed yesterday by joe manchin and pat toomey. they want to expand background checks to include online gun sales and purchases at gun shows. they also plan to require states to submit mental health insurance to the criminal background system and push states that don't comply. >> illnesses that make them them a dapger to themselves and others must keep weapons out of their hands. >> reporter: we'll continue to listen in. i will have the latest reaction from u.s. lawmakers next hour. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> an autopsy is now scheduled on the burned body of a man found along a san jose freeway. the body was found tuesday. firefighters were out there putting out a brush fire on the coddle road onramp to highway 85. now, police
and it's watched connecticut. now the world is watching the united states senate. >> reporter: he went on to show pictures of some of the children and staff members killed at sandy hook elementary four months ago. senators will vote this morning on whether or not to move forward with debating gun bims recently propose -- bills recently proposed. that includes the bill proposed yesterday by joe manchin and pat toomey. they want to expand background checks to include online gun sales and purchases at gun shows. they also plan to require states to submit mental health insurance to the criminal background system and push states that don't comply. >> illnesses that make them them a dapger to themselves and others must keep weapons out of their hands. >> reporter: we'll continue to listen in. i will have the latest reaction from u.s. lawmakers next hour. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> an autopsy is now scheduled on the burned body of a man found along a san jose freeway. the body was found tuesday. firefighters were out there putting out a b
on the amendments process, that's always a treacherous path for the united states senate, people can always introduce poison pills, various amendments on things to hurt the overall legislation. but you'll probably see so many senators in agreement on this, that it might not be that big of a problem. >> how far are we in this process, how much support it has? are they 80% through? >> there's eight senators involved and rubio from 92 senators and then you have to open it up to the house. and president obama has been very supportive. this is a key issue for him. some of the liberal groups are going to say we don't want this to be a trigger for some of the -- democrats offline that it's not a trigger, it's goals and that could be a major sticking point and it's up to obama to say whether that trigger is okay or not and he's going to be taking a lot of pressure so that could be an issue that causes rubio to have some heartburn. >> 50% there? >> i think more than 50% is there, we still have struggles on the house, but it's coming along. >> gun legislation will fit the senate floor as soon as tomo
, not only is harry reid a united states senator but also a a husband, a father, a grandfather and i hope friend of lots and lots of people, i choose to vote my conscience because, if tragedy strikes again, i'm sorry to say, mr. president, it will, if innocents are ung.a.o.d down in a classroom, theater or restaurant, i would have trouble living with myself aes a senator, as a husband, a fathers, or grandfather and friend, knowing that i didn't do everything in my power to prevent that incident. mr. mcconnell: mr. president? the presiding officer: the republican leader. mr. mcconnell: last few days have been trying ones for our nation. monday's attack in boston reminded us that terrorism can still strike anywhere a at any time. and as yesterday's news of an attempt to send ricin to the capitol reminds you it is important as ever to take the steps necessary to protect americans from those who would do us harm. and this morning i'd like to recognize the postal and law enforcement officials for their excellent work in detecting and preventing this threat before it even reached the capitol. t
that was sent to the united states senator. that is the subject of investigation by the fbi and four more for mission about these matters i refer you to the fbi. >> the president i'm sure what your last if he has been briefed on the letters. he was briefed last night and then again this morning. >> secondly, there is obviously a lot of interest in the explosions in boston. i want to make clear as you heard from the president yesterday's that our hearts and prayers go out to the victims and to the families who are injured. those were injured as well as killed in this heinous and cowardly act. the full weight of the federal government is behind the investigation which is being led by the fbi. >> as the president said, we will find out who did this year it will find out why and we will bring those responsible to justice. >> with that said, it is very important we allow this investigation to run its full course and to insure retain integrity of that investigation. >> therefore, on matters related to the investigation i direct you to the fbi. >> as you know the fbi is giving press briefings on
to end their belligerent tactics. the united states will take all the united states to protect its allies and to reathe region puriclosed door meetings have >> paid off for four democratic and four republican senators. working on immigration reform. according to lawmakers and staff, the eight have reached agreement on all of the major elements of a measure that will re-make the nation's immigration laws. the legislation would also boost border security, and put 11- million immigrants who are now in the united states illegally. on a path to citizenship. also, showing financial stability and the requirement for. there are a 11 million undocumented americans in the united states >> jacqueline: temperatures are going to rebound. and sunny skies. very little fog expected. big changes coming with more cloud coverage, cooler temperatures the slight chance of showers in the north bay. the satellite and radar showing clear skies. we did have some higher clouds but those are pressing to the south and to the east. we are going to see that new the san mateo coast. pretty clear, everywhere else. and
this legislation is so unopen to yunts problem. -- united states -- >>> the treasure department has sold gm stock and they have recovered much of the bailout. and that means taxpayers are still owed $19 billion. >>> the 14% drop in pc sales is the largest drop in 20 years. they are blaming windows eight and the company says the public isn't rushing to adopt it because it looks and runs differently. >>> checking in with bill for weather now. >> numbers into the mid-80s and 82 in concord and it is warm outside. warmer than yesterday, but not as warm tomorrow. and let's look at the current condition, 82 in santa rosa and we are getting a sea front. and the winds are beginning to go on shore and the there is a weather system to the north moving in. you can see it cleary, this is a front coming in and as it comes in and down the coast it is going to cool things off by a solid ten degrees. 85 in santa rosa and temperature there tomorrow is down, 73. and 73 in san francisco and 64 tomorrow. today is the warmest day of the week. and temperatures will not be that much below average, just cooler. overnight
carter? it's never been ratifyed in the u.s. senate and states have ratified it, signed it with the exception of the united states, so in 1998 women of san francisco said that is not good enough. we're going to create our own ordinance reflecting this international bill of rights for women. next slide. so in terms of work place you will hear a little bit more from our policy director ann lehmas who is going to step in for someone who had a last minute something come up but we launched this initiative together with cal vert investments and a human rights monitoring organization to help our employers create gender equitable work places, and for that work ann and i went to miland italy to receive an award from the italian government for the international work life balance award. we also work for working mothers. we working on lactation accumulations and guidelines in what employers have to do with moms and accommodating them and we're are putting together a brochure on family leave policy. next slide. the other area where we do a lot of work is in antiviolence agains
in the united states illegally on a 13 year path to citizenship. it would require immigrants do pass a rigorous background check and pay fines and application fees to receive a permit and would toughen border security requirements. authorities in indonesia are struggling to remove a crashed jet that went into the sea off the resort island of bali. all people on the jet survived saturday's crash when the plane slammed in the water. the jet liner remains afloat but is too heavy to plan on floating. they want to protect the delicate coral reef below. >> volscian is -- a volcano is spewing ash east of mexico city. it spewed over the weekend and the wins have been carrying the smoke over mexico city. authorities say there is no need for people to evacuate but they are monitoring the situation closely. >> i laugh because kristen has been practicing and perfected that brother numbersation. >> a strange site caught on camera, an angry goose waging war on a gorilla. this is taking things to the extreme, a massive gorilla running away from an angry goose in wichita, kansas. the gorilla is quickly backing
at the end of a gun. thousands of other families across the united states are also drowning in our grief. please help us do something before our tragedy becomes your tragedy. the senate is set to debate gun control legislation this coming week. a police sergeant in port canaveral, florida has been fired over his choice of shooting targets. investigators say targets similar to these were handed out by port canaveral police sergeant ron king. they're said to resemble trayvon martin -- the unarmed teen shot to death last year. the targets show a silhouette of a person wearing a hoodie, holding a can of arizona iced tea, and a bag of skittles in a pocket. >> he offered a target that look like travel and martin the officer rejected. "something like that" >> benjamin crump, the attorney representing martin's family, says the sergeant's use of the target was "absolutely reprehensible." there is a train derailment. details on our morning news, coming up the police are on the scene to restore traffic as soon as possible. >> background checks raise the question about how to determine if a person i
to an official messager with us airways. and carnival will reimburse the united states for costs relatessed to breakdowns of cruiseships and the senator rockefeller pressured them to foot the bill. they call the payments "voluntary." at the new york stock exchange, i am jane king with the bloomberg business report. >> coming up on 5:26, and a live look from the east bay, with high definition back to the west and talk about how today will be different than yesterday, fremont is at 65 and seven degrees warmer and oakland and santa rosa are six degrees warmer than yesterday. if you head to the game, not so cold but pretty darn closed as the a's and astros start at 7:30 9. a few showers in the sierra and it will be cloudy by the time you get there with temperature at 41 in tohos and dry in southern cal and 67 in los angeles. >> quiet drive and accident free on the golden gate bridge coming from marin county and into san francisco, a few headlights. as folks make their way into the city. as we take it to our maps i will tell you about a nice drive in vallejo and along highway 37, not a problem o
on the wrong issue. plus. the united states forewarned of missle testing by north korea. what our defense secretary has to say about it. what our defense secretary has to say about it. [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals of the week. or how to keep from driving all over for the best deals. you don't need to run around. safeway gives you real big club card deals each week. this week, a crazy low price on tide, $10.99 for 100 ounces. skip the warehouse. quilted northern is $10.99 for 24 double rolls. and dryer's ice cream is just $2.99. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingredients for life. >> fleet week officials are scaling back plans for the october san francisco event. this comes. after the u-s navy announced the blue angels show has been cancelled. in fact, the blue angels flight team cancelled all upcoming shows this year, because of federal budget cuts. fleet week is still going to happen -- but the focus will be on joint military and civilian exercises. customers who bought tickets to the air show will get a refund. >> gary: coming up we wil
states if you're not legally here. >> one of your toughest republican critics on this, senator sessions, is listening to this interview right now. and he asked the question, is this bill enforcement first? or is it legalization first? and the bottom line is, with legalization being just six months, the answer is, this is legalization first, isn't it? >> first, yeah. it's important to understand that if you do just -- that was my original position. the problem is, that what do you do in the meantime? while you're doing all the enforcement mechanisms, what do you do with the people that are undocumented? is it a big game of cat and mouse, if we catch you, you have to leave. if not, in the future you get to apply. i want to freeze the problem in place, so it doesn't get worse. the second thing, we don't want a rush on the border. they're doing this enforcement stuff. in a few years, they're going to start some process. let me sneak in now to take advantage of it. we don't want that, either. i want to freeze the problem in place. i'm not happy with the fact we have millions of people here i
-passed budget, a budget presented by the president of the united states. >> obviously there are things each person in the country can agree with and disagree with. i asked the gentleman if he has any intention to go to congress. i yield back the balance of my time. >> i would say to the gentleman, mr. speaker, i, too, am glad that we finally saw the senate act and passed a budget. that is an accomplishment in and of itself. the president finally has proposed his budget. the gentleman is right. we have some things on the table that maybe we can start to discuss. i know that chairman ryan and chairman murray are already in discussions about a path forward . and i look forward to the results of those discussions and in concert with the gentleman's point earlier, we are setting priorities. it just seems to me, mr. speaker, that the best way forward is to find areas where we agree and let's go make some progress on those things. we, again, this town is full of division and agreement, but there are things we have in common in agreement in these three documents that i believe we can work on togeth
of the united states has pledged his full support in all efforts, supposed to keep the city safe and to find the person who did this and bring them to justice. we did not have to reach out to the president. the president reached out to us. he called the governor, he called the mayor. he called the members of the delegation because the president is actively involved here and responding. on behalf of our congressional delegation, senator cowan is here with me and congressman lynch and all of the members of our delegation. we want to extend our thanks to the first responders, to the firefighters, to the police officers, to the ems, to everyone on the scene including the volunteers who came and helped those in trouble and helped save lives. we also want to thank those from all around the country and all around the world whose prayers and thoughts and offers of help have pored in. we are deeply grateful. as the mayor said boston will survive. >> thank you, governor. i'm rick deloria. i would like to start this morning by thanking the first responders from boston ems and boston fire department and
of other americans have died at the end of a gun. thousands of other families across the united states are also drowning in our grief. please help us do something before our tragedy becomes your tragedy. >> the senate is set to debate gun control legislation this coming week. clear skies this evening a live look outside with a five look. with the twilight tonight and some gusting winds. breezy that will continue to diminish for this evening by a crank out for tomorrow. strong winds. it looks like monday will be the windiest day. for tomorrow, the wind in the afternoon as strong as 50 m.p.h.! gusty. heave and 30 m.p.h.-40 m.p.h.. really not going to produce much as far as rainfall. but it will make for a wind storm. here is the satellite with some high clouds. if you can see on the satellite to the north. it is going to come our way for tonight and for the early morning hours. it will find showers and clouds. 7:00 a.m., tomorrow, the white on your screen is showing more those clouds are indicated. but those nice sunny skies it is going to be for easy and windy for the late afternoon hou
head quarter, i'm cheryl hurd, nbc bay area news. >>> new at 6:00 tonight a state senator is asking governor jerry brown to shake up the lordship at the state's public utilities commission. the call comes less than 24 hours after the nbc bay area investigative unit uncovered a confidential internal document raising questions about the puc's commitment to safety. topekay kovaleski broke the story and the senator has called on the governor to hold someone accountable. >> reporter: in fact he's calling for change at the very top. this is clear ly a report the pc wanted to keep from the public. some admitting safety is not a priority at the puc, admitting working in a culture that fos r fosters cozy relationships with the utilities it regulates. >> that's outrageous and goes to the culture that the puc has, it goes to the leadership of the public utilities commission. >> reporter: state senator jerry hill reacting to the information inside this previously secret, previously confidential report. >> it shows that the culture, that the issue of safety is sdp that has not been a priority.
this to gun sales. joining us is state senator mark leon of san francisco for an update on these various efforts. >> i understand, first off, you something that could affect things like the gun show we are seeing this weekend. >> it's about local control. have the decisions made by those closest to the people affected by the sessions made. >> how so? >> we have cow palace, on state property, but straddling county lines. both counties have passed resolutions to not have shows on county-owned property, but because this is state property, uld just say, if ntrol. there's going to be a gun show, let the local legislators approve that. >> gun shows would need the approval of the counties where they will be taking place before they could go on? >> repr: that's right. los angeles county and others ban gun shows on county-owned property, but because it's state-owned, the county has no say in it. it's imposed on them, and no one wants the gun show there. >> on other issues, concerning gun control in california, there's a number of bills and entire packages making their way through the legislature.
government, local units of getting, getting the senate involvement in it and that. so i'd like maybe you to reflect on and tell us things you think. i know, there's good operation. everybody has gotten your budget cut. you have gotten your budget cut. that means fewer people, you know, doing boater education on zebra mussel. you have fewer people talking about, you know, one problem we have incurred in the national forseeses. people fish along stream and used to dump the earthworms, you know, thinking this is good. they help the forest. i remember doing it as a kid. there wasn't any education, there wasn't any discussion about it. there was a research about what it meant when everybody was dumping their earthworms around trees. so do not! they don't in to -- [inaudible] [laughter] no. but if you could just kind of, you know, tell us a little bit about how, you know, maybe we have an endangered species legislation. maybe we need an invasive species legislation. maybe we need to talk about how we put all hands on deck both at the national, federal, local and community level on dealing with
amnesty to those who entered the united states illegally. the florida republican says there will be consequence for having violated the law. heis proposal would require people to pass a rigorous background check and pay fines and application fees to receive a permit that allowed them to work, travel and pay taxes. after 10 years they could be able to apply for legal immigration status and evenfall path to citizenship under the proposal, the applicant would not be eligible for any federal benefits such as health care. >> today the supreme court grapples with the question of whether human genes can be passed, it's a ultimate answer could reshape the u.s. medical research, the fight against disease like breast and ovarian cancer at the multi-billion dollar medical and biotechnology businesses. the u.s. patent and trademark office has been awarding patents on human genes for almost 30 years. off company said they're risking billions of dollars to conduct research on the the promise of such patterns. the american civil liberties union just jealous those batons, arguing that
amnesty to those who entered the united states illegally. >> of florida and says there will be consequences for having violated the laws. rubio also would require people to pass a rigorous background check and they find an application fees to receive a permit that will allow them to work, travel and pay taxes. after 10 years there would be able to apply for legal immigration status an that an eventual pact to citizenship. under the proposal, the applicant would not be eligible for any federal benefit such as health care. >> the faa has ordered inspection of more than 1000 boeing 737 jets. inspection will focus on pans that attached to the horizontal stabilizer to the fuselages. there are concerned about whether a coating used to protect japan from corrosion was applied correctly. printer fate of the pins could cause pilots to lose control of the aircraft. investigation will focus on 737 that entered into service in 1998 or later. it is not expected to affect airline schedules. >> today the supreme court grapples with the question of whether human genes can be pate
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